WebMD: On Eve of Juneteenth, Black Doctors Say Covid Opened Eyes to Disparities, But Much Work is Needed to Advance Health Equality

While the Covid-19 pandemic continues to deal a serious blow to the Black community,  a group of Black healthcare professionals told WebMD that the devastation exposed long-standing health inequalities, as it also mobilized them to speak out against racism in healthcare and work for substantive change. In two far-reaching interviews, the physicians were blunt in […]

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The Ad Council and USDA Forest Service Encourage Families to Make the Forest Part of Their Story

Ahead of National Get Outdoors Day on June 12, the USDA Forest Service and the Ad Council today announced new public service advertisements (PSAs) from the Discover the Forest campaign. Since 2009, the Ad Council and USDA Forest Service’s Discover the Forest campaign has encouraged parents and caregivers to take their families out to the forest to experience and reconnect […]

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Georgia Power Announces $75 Million Investment in Racial Equity and Social Justice Efforts

250 employees to engage in dedicated mentoring initiative. Georgia Power today announced the company and the Georgia Power Foundation are committing to invest $15 million annually from 2021-2025, $75 million over the five-year period, to help advance racial equity and social justice efforts in Georgia. The social justice funding supports initiatives focused on education equity, criminal justice and economic empowerment. […]

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